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    Blood work and advice for cycle

    Height - 58
    Weight - 70kg

    I want to sustanon 400mg/week and deca 250mg/week
    But i think my blood work not good please suggest me Blood work and advice for cycle-f9c484dc-62e2-4f3e-8d5b-1f180fa2d26e.jpeg

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    Before we even discuss your cycle, let's talk about your current condition.

    What's your age? Your cholesterol LDL is moderately high. Whether or not you do gear, you probably should go see the doctor and get that taken care of.

    Your ALT is high in your liver, but that might be explained by your LDL being high. Again you probably should see your PCP about this.

    Your Lymphocyte percentage is slightly high which I think you're either just recovered from a mild cold or you have a little inflammation going on in your body. This isn't anything serious.

    Your MCV and MCH are slightly low while your RBC is slightly high. It's probably just you're a little deficient on iron, but it could also be thalassemia (although a very minor case if it's that and I don't think it's this). Still I would discuss your bloodwork with your PCP.

    Your health should be more important than any cycle you're planning to run. Even if you decide to not run gear, you should still get this checked out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Honkey_Kong View Post
    Before we even discuss your cycle, let's talk about your current condition.

    What's your age? Your cholesterol LDL is moderately high. Whether or not you do gear, you probably should go see the doctor and get that taken care of.

    Your ALT is high in your liver, but that might be explained by your LDL being high. Again you probably should see your PCP about this.

    Your Lymphocyte percentage is slightly high which I think you're either just recovered from a mild cold or you have a little inflammation going on in your body. This isn't anything serious.

    Your MCV and MCH are slightly low while your RBC is slightly high. It's probably just you're a little deficient on iron, but it could also be thalassemia (although a very minor case if it's that and I don't think it's this). Still I would discuss your bloodwork with your PCP.

    Your health should be more important than any cycle you're planning to run. Even if you decide to not run gear, you should still get this checked out.
    My age 30 year and i use fluoxetine 10mg/day
    My doctor suggested me this
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    Exercise up to 1.5 hours 4-5 times daily? He must have meant 4-5 times per week.

    Rosuvastatin is for your lipids.
    He's recommending Vitamin D.

    The exercise will do you good

    Not sure why he's recommending an antidepressant/ SSRI.

    I would request total T, free T, and sensitive E2 panels.

    I'm of the same mind as Honkey_Kong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by almostgone View Post
    Exercise up to 1.5 hours 4-5 times daily? He must have meant 4-5 times per week.

    Rosuvastatin is for your lipids.
    He's recommending Vitamin D.

    The exercise will do you good

    Not sure why he's recommending an antidepressant/ SSRI.

    I would request total T, free T, and sensitive E2 panels.

    I'm of the same mind as Honkey_Kong.
    I take antidepressant from one year that’s recommended by another doctor because I’m in depression.
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    If you've been on it for a year, I would definitely continue it.

    I still agree with H_Kong. The rosuvastatin should help with the lipid issue. Just address the other things H_Kong mentioned.

    If you aren't exercising regularly now, I would start. See how your body reacts and get your CNS used to the exercise. Then I would look at your diet since your 5'8" and 154 lbs. You may need to make some adjustments there. THEN, you might be in a good place to look at your cycle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigsuperman View Post
    My age 30 year and i use fluoxetine 10mg/day
    My doctor suggested me this
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    LOL @ A full body massage once a week.

    I don't know if you're iron deficient, but regardless, I would get a good multi-vitamin and see if that will get rid of the mild anemia.

    But as far as eating 1.8g per KG body weight of protein goes, that's a lot of food to somebody who isn't used to that. I'd take a week and log everything you normally would eat and drink including portion size. The go figure out your average daily macros from that. That'll be your baseline. It's easier to progressively make slight modifications to your existing diet than it is to just start a brand new diet. You're more likely to stick with your usual habit and just add (or take away) one thing than you are doing something completely different. Habits are built over time so change your current diet habit over time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Honkey_Kong View Post
    LOL @ A full body massage once a week.

    I don't know if you're iron deficient, but regardless, I would get a good multi-vitamin and see if that will get rid of the mild anemia.

    But as far as eating 1.8g per KG body weight of protein goes, that's a lot of food to somebody who isn't used to that. I'd take a week and log everything you normally would eat and drink including portion size. The go figure out your average daily macros from that. That'll be your baseline. It's easier to progressively make slight modifications to your existing diet than it is to just start a brand new diet. You're more likely to stick with your usual habit and just add (or take away) one thing than you are doing something completely different. Habits are built over time so change your current diet habit over time.
    Now what i do please suggest

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigsuperman View Post
    Now what i do please suggest
    I gave a suggestion. Take a whole week and eat/drink like you normally do. Except you write down what you eat and what the portion size is of everything. Have a can of Coke? Write it down. Then afterwards we can go through that and look for little changes to make.
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    If you avoid orals, steroid injections do not cause sign damage damage to your health, if your diett is smart.

    Pay more attention to insulin . Insulin is the cause of 95% of methabolic syndrom issues.

    Because it blocks NO.

    So minimize your insulin production when running cycles. Then most of us would be ok

    Tip, there is very little insulin raise from carbs during heavy wo's.

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